Enfranchisement
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This practical legal publication assists practitioners to navigate the complexities of lease enfranchisement, whether acting for the tenant, leaseholder, or freeholder.

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Overview

This practical legal publication assists practitioners to navigate the complexities of lease enfranchisement, whether acting for the tenant, leaseholder, or freeholder.

Freeholders and tenant clients can be guided through the leasehold enfranchisement process, including collective enfranchisement, the tenant’s right of first refusal, right to manage, and the enfranchisement of a leasehold house.

The commentary has been prepared by experienced legal practitioners with significant knowledge of the enfranchisement legislation, and discusses important issues such as qualifying criteria, participation agreements, valuations, costs, and timetables. There is additional guidance on contractor notification, bona vacantia, County Court and First-tier Tribunal applications, conveyancing processes, withdrawal, and termination.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • To do lists with timetables;
  • Enclosures for clients explaining the process;
  • All required statutory forms and notices;
  • Tenants' participation agreement;
  • Articles of association for a right to manage company;
  • Statutory declarations of occupation;
  • Deed of surrender of lease

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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